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Teacher Staffroom Episode 43: Leading you into 2023
Teacher Staffroom Episode 43: Leading you into 2023

As many of you prepare to settle into another school year, we’ve been looking at the topic of leadership for our first week back of brand-new content. In this first podcast episode for 2023, we get you up to speed on these leadership stories, and also some highlights from content we’ve recently published.

2022: Our year in podcasts
2022: Our year in podcasts

Another year is coming to a close and it’s time to look back on some of our podcast highlights from the past 12 months. Join the Teacher team as we reflect on some of our favourite podcast interviews this year, and share our top 3 personal favourite episodes from 2022.

School Assembly Episode 5: Building a new school
School Assembly Episode 5: Building a new school

In this episode of our podcast series School Assembly, we speak with Principal Ray Boyd and Associate Principal Rachael Lehr from Dayton Primary School about the physical build and location of their new school in the new suburb of Dayton in Western Australia.

Teacher Staffroom Episode 42: Gaming in primary school
Teacher Staffroom Episode 42: Gaming in primary school

Video games are a favourite pastime of both children and adults alike, and schools are therefore using them to engage students in their lessons. This month on Teacher, we published a reader submission that explored how digital gaming motivates Indigenous learners in primary school. In today’s episode, we share highlights from this piece and more.

Behaviour Management Episode 13: Professor Ken Rigby on bullying in schools
Behaviour Management Episode 13: Professor Ken Rigby on bullying in schools

Our guest for this episode of our Behaviour Management podcast series is Professor Ken Rigby – Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia and a leading international researcher in the area of bullying in schools.

School Assembly Episode 4: Connecting with community
School Assembly Episode 4: Connecting with community

In this episode of our podcast series School Assembly, we speak with Principal Ray Boyd and Associate Principal Rachael Lehr about how they have connected with their new school community, in the lead up to the opening of Dayton Primary School in Western Australia next year.

The Research Files Episode 78:  Supporting disadvantaged students in post-school pathways and transitions
The Research Files Episode 78: Supporting disadvantaged students in post-school pathways and transitions

In this episode of The Research Files, we’re focusing on The Smith Family’s Pathways, Engagement and Transition Study. We’ll be unpacking some of the early findings and student feedback on how teachers and careers advisers can best support them in making informed decisions about possible jobs and pathways, connecting with employers, and applying for further study or training.

Teacher Staffroom Episode 41: Teacher welfare
Teacher Staffroom Episode 41: Teacher welfare

This month at Teacher, we’ve shared a range of content on teacher welfare – from how to access supports at your school, to coping with violence from students. In this episode of Teacher Staffroom, we bring you up to date on these stories and more highlights from October.

The Research Files Episode 77: Coping with violence from students
The Research Files Episode 77: Coping with violence from students

Student violence directed at school staff is a common issue. In this episode of The Research Files, we look at the results of a new study which analysed the frequency and impact of occupational violence perpetrated by students towards teachers working in the P-6 sector. We also discuss the prevention and coping strategies staff use and find effective.

Podcast: School Assembly Episode 3: Planning
Podcast: School Assembly Episode 3: Planning

In this episode of our podcast series School Assembly, we speak with Principal Ray Boyd and Associate Principal Rachael Lehr about all things ‘planning’ in the lead up to the opening of Dayton Primary School in Western Australia next year.